Did you remember to copy the entire contents of the deploy-to-web folder to your server? Specifically, you'll need to copy the assets folder, or your swf will not be able to find your video files.
I couldn't find /assets/media on your server.
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Can you check to see if you can load the files in a web browser with a standard http request?
When I checked:
http://www.bloodydvds.com/assets/media/Bloosuckers.f4v, the files could not be found.
This is as opposed to:
http://www.bloodydvds.com/assets/media/Drag_01.mp3 and the rest of your mp3 files.
If this is the case, then you may need to talk to your hosting service about why the f4v files are not being properly served.
Yes. I'm seeing that too.
This landing page is for a short term promotion, so we used GoDaddy as our host.
Turns out GoDaddy doesn't service the .f4v format. That's a bit pathetic.
We don't have time to swap out hosting, so for now I'm going to have to replace my .f4v files with .flv
We won't be making that mistake again.
Thanks for you help!